Pro Swim Series 2018 Live stream. Amanda Kendall Rips 100 Fly Win at TYR Pro Swim Series Austin. Cardinals Make a Splash on Day Two of TYR Pro SeriesCardinals Make a Splash on Day Two of TYR Pro Series.
Mission Viejo’s Amanda Kendall is on a bit of a comeback trail as she is 26-years-old and swimming faster than ever. The 2011 Pan American Games gold medalist has not made an international team since that meet and has put herself in serious talks of making the 2018 Pan Pacs team this summer in Tokyo. Kendall won the 100 fly on Thursday night in Austin with a 58.29 to just hold off China’s Zhang Yufei (58.39).
Day 2 will play host to the 100 back, 200 IM, 100 breast, 100 free, 200 IM, and 800 free. The fastest heats of the 800 will be swum in at the beginning of the finals session tonight, and will feature some awesome races, as all eyes will be on Zane Grothe on the men’s side, and Bingjie Li on the women’s. 32-year-old Kristel Kobrich will also be competing in the fastest heat of the women’s 800.
On the second day of competition at the TYR Pro Swim Series, the University of Louisville men’s and women’s swimming teams placed 14 swimmers among the top-16 in the meet’s star-studded field.Marcelo Acosta kicked off the evening for the Cardinals, placing fifth in the 800M free with a time of 8:01.14, while T.C. Smith took 11th (8:15.54). After swimming in the morning heats of the 800M free, Sophie Cattermole continued her successful weekend with a sixth place finish in a time